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Bob Roth's New River Groves, Davie

Categories: Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
4.8/5 based on 25 reviews on the web
Florida Citrus, Coconut Water, Homemade Key Lime and traditional pies, family owned and operated. Cape Fear, The Substitute, The Glades and many other clips for magazines have been filmed and photographed here.
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  • Visit this little gem every time I come to this area! They are a local fun spot right off the road and is known for their key lime products. Their milk shakes are great and I can safely says it the be...  read more »
  • One of my favorite places here in Davie! First of all, the Roth family is a long standing family here and helped to develop Davie. Sit down with any of them and you will find the whole day will fly by...  read more »
  • It is an old fruit and vegetable stand and it doesn't look like much but the Key Lime Pies are amazing and the Strawberry Shakes are out of this world. The pies are extremely expensive to ship so you ...  read more »
  • One of my favorite places here in Davie! First of all, the Roth family is a long standing family here and helped to develop Davie. Sit down with any of them and you will find the whole day will fly by as you are swept up in the stories they share. So interesting the history they have. They are an amazing charitable family and are very involved with our community. If anyone had anything but good things to say about any one of that family, I would be shocked. Kuddos Roths!!! Anyway, the groves is a very cool place to go to get amazing, delicious things. Their juice bar is amazing, complete with wheat grass shots and homemade soups. They have plenty of tables and even a beautiful garden area to sit and relax or even have a meeting. We meet there for business all of the time. Ok, now the REAL good stuff! They are known for their Terry's homemade pies, especially the Key Lime! They are amazing! We love the pie in a jar. You don't feel so guilty when you have 20 little bites during the day instead of a slice. There are many other flavors that are just as good. Try them all. Then you could spend hours walking around shopping in their store. They have cool finds of all kinds, from bee pollen to honey to stone crab (in season) to fudge, health foods, coco frio, coconuts, nuts, and of course what they started the business with, fruit! You literally can spend hours in there. Oh and gift baskets and fruit to ship. It's awesome! Definitely a must stop! Enjoy when you do!
  • Best keylime pies in town ! Super cute market which carries lots of local florida honey and other produce. Definitely worth a visit if youre in the area.
  • We always have a great time here, our daughter like to okay on the playground in the back..we sit on the picnic tables she plays and we enjoy our smoothie and bolted peanuts.. doesn't get any better!!
  • The Best mangoes I ever had. Been buying mangos from last 5 year. The best part is they let you pick from the trees.
  • I've been to a number of these little stops when traveling around. Today, we were looking for a place to get fresh pie and had seen the reviews of this spot. The outside had the typical "tourist stop" signage out front about fresh carrot juice and alligator meat. The bins of citrus fruit were almost empty, which was a bit odd, since that is supposed to be the main thrust of places like this. We went inside and it was a cute, old fashioned, decor. There was a nice selection of jams, jellies and honeys. There was a snack bar with a limited number of selections, like empanadas, sandwiches and soup. We briefly checked out the fudge room, but there was again, a limited selection of the regular, vanilla, chocolate, peanut butter, etc. No penuche, my favorite but always hard to find. So, back to the pie. We were looking for a fresh fruit pie, hopefully strawberry rhubarb. No luck, all of the pies were in the refrigerator case and by far the majority were key lime. There were a couple of blueberry and one other, I think it was apple. But not much variety. So we hit the road, still on our quest for fresh fruit pies.
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